Born in 1986, Wu Chi-Yu is an artist based in Taipei, Taiwan. Chi-Yu’s work has long been focusing on re-establishing the connections among humans, things, animals, and the ruined world left by technic capitalism. His practice revolves around the moving image, looking for contemporary narratives in lost memory through the reproducing of oral history and myths. He is also working on different collaboration projects of installation, video installation, and performance. Chi-Yu’s recent works Atlas of the Closed Worlds and The LED Future, both in-depth exploration of the formation of island ecosystems, East Asia economic history, and the misuse and plunder of primitive resources, examine the colonial features in modern science fiction structure and respond to the species-environment relationship in the post-globalization era after the epidemic broke out.